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With the invention of motion-picture cameras, a new age of inspiration and creativity was born. Though film began in the 1890s, cinema became a large hit in the 1920s, largely to escape the harsh realities of the Great Depression (cinema was a cheap form of entertainment). It was also the time when sound was added to film, making it a lot more appealing to the mass. To market the film, posters were designed and created for the public to see.
Episode VII was cast today and May the Fourth is approaching again this Sunday so we thought we’d revisit our Imperial Propaganda posters because we’re stoked on both!
Kick-Ass 2 is hitting theaters this August. Since each hero and villain is so distinct, we took a shot at creating minimalist posters showcasing each of their identities. As a bonus, these also make great iPhone wallpapers, so feel free to use them!
If you want these in a bigger size, check out our Tumblr.
EDIT: Since there seems to be confusion, we wanted to clarify that we created these as fan art in anticipation of Kick-Ass 2.
It’s tough work ruling over a galaxy that seems to hate you more and more as you conquer it. That’s why it’s important for the Empire to run propaganda campaigns as it tightens its iron grip around every planet from Coruscant to the Outer Rim. We thought it would be good to look at some of the posters they’ve created as part of their latest stunt.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Blu-ray, we are posting a Star Wars themed post every day this week.
In today’s blog, we’re looking at the Imperial Tourism Bureau’s newest advertising campaign to attract intergalactic travelers to Imperial space: A Galaxy Without Limits.